Despite it being due to be revealed at the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham at the end of April, Toyota has given fans a sneak peek at what its brand new van will look like.
The Japanese manufacturer has unveiled the new Toyota Proace Verso MPV van alongside a few essential need-to-know spec details. A panel van, the Proace will be available in three different body sizes, two wheelbases, with five engine variations and numerous body style and transmission options.
New #Toyota #PROACE VAN - a wider model range to meet all #LCV needs. Read more here: https://t.co/3dgthcFZmZ pic.twitter.com/oyCzCRQos6— Toyota Europe (@toyota_europe) 4 April 2016
The smallest Proace will be the Compact. At just 4.6m long, with a wheelbase of 2.9m, this small and practical van is ideal for the self-employed tradesman or handyman. With sliding doors and a lift-up tailgate available, it will work for varying needs.
The largest of the range will be 5.3m long on a 3.2m wheelbase and engines will be up to 2.0litres and 178bhp. Although even this will not guzzle fuel. The least economic van in the Proace range will still achieve 47.9mpg, making it an ideal run around vehicle.
For added luxury, select models will come with keyless entry, autonomous emergency braking and bi-xenon headlights.
All that sounds great, but will it be able to take on the Volkswagen Transport? Only time will tell.
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